Angels Trumpet - Apricot - Brugmansia (Brugmansia (Brugmansia Veriscolor) Pink Peach and Apricot Open Pollinated - Flower

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Angels Trumpet - Apricot Brugmansia (Brugmansia (Brugmansia Veriscolor) Pink Peach and Apricot Open Pollinated - Flower


Brugmansia, commonly known as Angel's Trumpet, is a stunning perennial plant renowned for its large, pendulous flowers and captivating fragrance. The fragrance emitted by the blooms is particularly enchanting, often intensifying during the evening hours.Its exotic appearance and sweetly scented blooms make this plant a delightful addition to many styles of gardens and landscapes.

Angel's Trumpet is a deciduous shrub or small tree that can reach heights of 6 to 15 ft., and its most notable feature is its long, trumpet shaped flowers that hang gracefully from the branches. Brugmansia Veriscolor boasts incredibly gorgeous apricot, peach and pink flowers that are sure to become the feature in any garden. 

Prune the plant as needed to maintain its shape and size, and remove dead or damaged branches. Winter Care: In regions with cold winters, provide protection by overwintering the plant indoors or covering it with frost cloth to prevent cold damage. Angel's Trumpet typically blooms from late spring to fall, producing an abundance of fragrant flowers that add a touch of elegance and charm to your garden. Caution: Handle Angel's Trumpet with care, as all parts of the plant are toxic if ingested and can cause skin irritation.

  • Full to partial sun exposure.
  • Well draining, fertile soil with a slightly acidic to neutral pH level. Angel's Trumpet thrives in soil rich in organic matter.
  • Start seeds indoors: Start seeds indoors about 6 to 8 weeks before last spring frost; please note that germination can take several weeks. Plant the seeds in a seed starting mix and maintain consistent moisture and warmth until seedlings emerge.
  • Transplant into pots and harden off for a week or two and place into garden in the pot or remove and plant directly in warmer climates.
  • Set plants out after last frost date. Plants tend to sprawl, and are best spaced about 3ft apart unless staking or other support will be necessary.
  • Spacing: ensure adequate spacing of 3 to 6 ft between plants to allow for mature size and sprawling growth habit.
  • Container plants may be cut back and overwintered indoors in a sunny window.
  • Harvest ripe seed for planting in the following spring. Place in paper bag, set aside and shake. Store in a cool dark place until use. Self-seeding may occur if seed heads are not cut.
  • Attracts hummingbirds and moths
  • Seed Count: 5